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... became clear he thought I wanted picking up at 1pm. After several phonecalls
he returned and I made it back to the airport five minutes before check-in
closed for the waiting Air Asia flight. Whilst ‘security’ (inconvenience more
like) wasn’t as extreme, I was reminded of Srinager airport in northern India
which also doubles as an airbase.
Shortly after finding my place in the
crammed airplane, an air hostess leant over to offer me a tissue. I ...
... annoying assault
on our digestive systems and I suffered hard for a brief period last week
however poor Scotty got really sick one day, from what we don’t know, but he’s getting
better now and nurse Dan has been looking after him. Last night I asked the
boys here to bring us our dinner in our room and we watched a move on the
laptop and had some lovely TLC time together, its never nice to be sick when
you are way from home, but a cup of chai can hit ...
... tourist quota as they are more expensive. There was no way I was getting a coach so to be on the safe side we bought and expensive tourist seat. We then headed down to the beach in strap tops and shorts to blend in with the other tourists. We decided to go for a swim. While swimming we noticed that we seemed to be working as an Indian man magnet, they would radiate towards you so you would move but again they would radiate your way. Then we started to get the problem, especially ...
... happen. So I was able to keep myself out of trouble ;) In northern India, there are temples as fat as the eye can see.. In the south, its all about cathedrals. Some are immense and majestic, some are tucked in the middle of a neighborhood or along the road side. They were all pretty awesome :) Other than churches, I toured through other small towns, markets, a fort and light house and of course, beaches. As it was quieter than normal, my stay was a ...
... was merely his warm up for 6 months of disagreements with people in India. Whilst many Indian people are friendly and helpful, others are trying to make as much money out of you as possible usually by being deceitful. For example I relaxed one afternoon on a sun lounger on the beach and had a beer. The waiter also fairly insistently offered me a massage, dubious of his intent (a free trial was offered!) and skill, I politely refused. When I asked for the bill he came back and ...